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    List any predictions you may have for the upcoming season. This will be interesting to look back on as the season progresses.

    AL 1st Round
    NY Yankees deafeat Chicago White Sox
    Boston Red Sox defeat Oakland Athetics

    NL 1st Round
    Houston Astros deafeat Philadelphia Phillies
    Atlanta Braves defeat Arizona Diamondbacks

    AL 2nd Round
    NY Yankees defeat Boston Red Sox

    NL 2nd Round
    Houston Astros defeat Atlanta Braves

    World Series
    NY Yankees defeat Houston Astros in 5 games

    Season MVP: Jason Giambi

    Those are just a few. I may add some later. Add on fellas.

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    first one for me,,, braves win 12th division title in a row.... jake, im a mega braves fan, since 1976.. dont agree with you on astro's,, cubs win- cubs win, cubs win,, the central that is... dusty gets it done..

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    Cubs? In 2 years they will. I don't think it's their time yet. If they can keep Sammy and their pitching, 2 years they will have a chance at the series. I am huge on the Astros this year. Oswalt and Miller are both studs. Carlos Hernandez should be ready. They will have studly pitching, and with Jeff Kent and the core they had, I have them as the 3rd best team in the majors this year. They will surprise alot of people. Or so I hope.
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    NL West
    1. San Fransisco
    2. Arizona
    3. Los Angeles
    4. San Diego
    5. Colorado

    NL Central
    1. St Louis
    2. Houston
    3. Cincinnati
    4. Chicago
    5. Pittsburgh
    6. Milwaukee

    NL East
    1. Philadelphia
    2. Atlanta
    3. NY Mets
    4. Montreal
    5. Florida


    AL West
    1. Seattle
    2. Oakland
    3. Anaheim
    4. Texas


    Al Central
    1. Minnesota
    2. Chicago
    3. Cleveland
    4. Kansas City
    5. Detroit


    AL East
    1. New York
    2. Boston
    3. Baltimore
    4. Toronto
    5. Tampa Bay


    AL Championship
    NY beats Seattle

    NL Championship
    St Louis beats San Francisco

    World Series
    St Louis beats NY Yankees


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    So KMan.

    Do you think Milwaukee will be disbanded?

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    Prediction.......Arizona and the YANKEES....Winner D backs!!!!!!
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    Yankees win!
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    Spacious K - Thanks for bringing to my attention that I left out Milwaukee. Not that it matters. I guess I forgot that Milwaukee was still a Pro team.


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    Kman: That is certainly understandable. No disrespect intended.

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    minnesota and philly in the series

    minnesota wins in 6
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    Jake,

    Carlos Hernandez is out for the season. Shane Reynolds is coming back after missing a season. Craig Biggio will be playing in the outfield. Do you really think that the Astros have what it takes to win a pennant? They have a lot of things to sort out, it seems.
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    Monkey, I know it is a stretch, but I think they'll be able to do some damage this year with their explosive offense (Kent in the mix) and their two studs. It was a really tough call, and could definately go either way, but I think they have enough firepower to get the job done. We'll see. Good luck this year buddy.
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    braves and cubs both win their respective divisions,,, remember this jake and who told you...

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    I'll take my shot at the AL central:

    Minnesota
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    Cleveland
    Detroit
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    NL West: San Francisco
    NL Central: Houston
    NL East: NY Mets
    Wildcard: Philadelphia

    NL Champs: Philadelphia


    AL West: Oakland
    AL Central: Minnesota
    AL East: NY Yankees
    Wildcard: Boston

    AL Champs: Oakland

    World Series: Oakland in 6
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    Texas over Los Angeles

    Stop laughing, please.

    First, I have no loyalty towards the Rangers. But Showalter will make an immediate impact. With the additions of Urbina, Yan, and Fultz in the bullpen, plus the return of Zimmerman and the axing of Rocker, this unit will be greatly improved from last year's version.
    I Rod's loss will hurt, but Gonzalez is as healthy as ever, and Everett should return to form. Mench is ready to break out, and with Blalock and potentially Texiera, they'll have a good mix of youth and experience offensively.
    The starting pitching, as always is the question. Park averaged 15 wins the previous five years before a bad hammy ruined last season for him. Valdes returns, and had a 3.90 ERA for Texas before he was sent to Seattle. Ryan Drese ranked second among AL rookies in starts, wins, and K's.
    Farfetched? Maybe. But at these odds I'll take it.

    Texas OVER 81 wins -110
    Texas to win AL pennant +2500
    Texas to win World Series +5500

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    Anyone else?
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    One more:

    Roy Oswalt claims the NL Cy Young.
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    BoZZi - Which team do you like?

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